Motivating Teams for Continuous Learning (with John Gist), Online, Thursday, 15. October 2020
About this Event
Things don’t always go as planned.
Just take a look around you and think if you could have anticipated your situation this time last year.
Just like life, projects often take unexpected turns – sometimes never even seeing the light of day.
To remain motivated, it is important not to only focus on project launches or outcomes – but also the experience of creating and building as part of a team.
If a project or plan fails it is important not to get deflated, but to become energised from the work that you have created and the learning you have picked up from your team members.
We often learn the most, and find the most fulfilment, through the act of creating the work than through seeing the completed project.
Identify how to:
- Understand yours and others roles in the team
- Practice spot gaps in the team
- Confront team friction
- Apply improvements through practices in your team and organisation
- Focus more on the act of creation instead of just the launch itself
Speaker - John Gist
John currently lead the innovation programme for a multinational financial services organization.
He holds a B.S. in Design from the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP programme.
He has been working with and leading teams for over 15 years and his proudest professional achievements sometimes never saw the light of day.